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Spanish parliament says ‘sí’ to paid leave for… menstrual cramps

Yesterday, the Spanish parliament said ‘sí’ to paid leave for menstrual cramps. The new law gives women up to five days of medical leave if they’re experiencing a painful period, or as the law describes it “in case of incapacitating menstruation.” They also passed more progressive laws regarding abortion access and trans rights. Meanwhile, the USis still the only wealthy country that doesn’t guarantee paid family leave.  We play some humorous videos that show how men and women handle pain differently. Then we are joined by Marquette Law Professors, Matt Mitten and Scott Idleman, to discuss the status and future of sports betting in Wisconsin. Guests: Matt Mitten, Scott Idleman

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